“We are thrilled to join forces and share synergies with Community Living,” said Sarah Trester, CEO of Day Spring Community Living. “It is critically important that we look to the future with a focus on creating the strongest organization possible.”
On October 1, Day Spring and Community Living Inc. united to become Day Spring Community Living. The new organization has an $8.5 million operating budget and offers 62 combined years of experience serving adults with intellectual disabilities. Both are rooted in the needs and wishes of adults with disabilities to be empowered to live as independently as possible. Day Spring Community Living is now one of the region’s largest providers of community based residential supports and services.
We now serve 130 adults through our residential and support services. “Without question, the most important beneficiaries of the merger are the individuals receiving high quality, person-centered services from Day Spring Community Living,” said Steve Zaricki, COO of Day Spring Community Living.